Make Your Prayer the Breath of the Soul
Jesus says: (Gesù Our Teacher, Vol. 1) – My children, peace be with you. I am your Jesus of Mercy. I am here with you and I thank you that you have placed my effigy in honour.
I desire that it remains in this chapel as a reminder, to all those who come or will come here to pray, to believe in my merciful and infinite love.
I desire my Mother to be honoured who, as CoRedemptrix of the human race, is the anchor of salvation for souls.
The world is going badly, children, and the chastisements will keep on repeating themselves always more and increasing, insofar as sin continues. You must think without fear of the diverse chastisements that hang over the world, and see them as a loving recall to a perfect conversion.
On your part listen one more time to the invitation that my most sweet Mother makes to the world: prayer and penance!
Learn how to turn prayer into the breath of your soul and learn how to accept suffering of whatever kind it may be.
Accept all the adversities, with which your everyday life is sown, in a spirit of faith and reparation, and to implore mercy for the world and pity for all men.
I bless you, children, and I invite you to make my Image enter all homes, if it’s possible. You will see the results in the most resounding conversions and in the graces, even material, of which I will make a gift to all the families.
Goodbye, my children, and pray without a break.
Carmela Negri Carabelli: Jesus Our Teacher
The thoughts, the reflections and the meditations in this booklet, were inspired by Our Lord Jesus to Carmela Negri Carabelli. They are, however, addressed to all those souls, who, desirous to love the Lord, seek to put into practice his teachings and to live the Christian life more perfectly. May Jesus bless these pages and those who read them with the desire to improve themselves, granting the help of his grace.
For more information about these magnificent teachings, for any spiritual assistance you may need or to participate and spread throughout the world the cenacles of prayer and the apostolate of the Divine Mercy, please contact:
Nihil Obstat: Reverend Gerard Diamond MA (Oxon), LSS,
D. Theol, Diocesan Censor
Imprimatur: Rev. Monsignor Les Tomlinson, Vicar General
Date: 20th July 2007
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